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Resources like IPA's Walkability Assessment Tool can be utilized by Delaware local government officials and other community stakeholders to build healthier, walkable, and complete communities.
The Institute for Public Administration (IPA) provides a range of health policy–related services to many of Delaware's governmental and healthcare organizations, such as the Delaware Division of Public Health, the Delaware Legislature's Joint Finance Committee, and the federal government's Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Frequently focusing on health policy issues facing state and local governments, IPA has responded to requests for:
Delaware Senior Center Grant-in-Aid Funding Formula
IPA health policy projects often are conducted in collaboration with the School of Public Policy and Administration's Center for Applied Demography and Survey Research.
Courses in health policy and the economics of health care, offered through the University of Delaware's School of Public Policy and Administration and the graduate program of the Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition, provide SPPA research fellows an opportunity to learn a broad array of skills needed to analyze and craft sensible health policy and to manage public and nonprofit health service institutions.
For more information about Health Policy at the Institute for Public Administration, contact Eric Jacobson.
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